Produced by Lego Movie creatives Phil Lord & Chris Miller and directed by Michael Rianda in his directorial debut, The Mitchells vs. The Machines makes an excellent case for animation studios competing against the likes of Pixar.
Stowaway, the new Netflix film by Joe Penna and starring Toni Collette, forces its characters to reconcile with their mortality and survival.
The fighting sequences, where director Simon McQuoid, in his directorial debut, showcases dueling battles with fearlessness, are sumptuous.
Spontaneous is an outrageous, dark horror-comedy from a writer/director Brian Duffield, who brought you The Babysitter and Love and Monsters.
In Netflix’s Thunder Force, Melissa McCarthy teams up with Octavia Spencer to play superheroes fighting deadly villains in the early ’80s.
Filmed over four years, Netflix’s Bad Trip starring Eric Andre and Tiffany Haddish is about chasing love.. potentially for the wrong reasons.
Directed by Adam Wingard, Godzilla vs. Kong is an absolute spectacle. Godzilla doesn’t rest. She’s always ready for battle, and so is Kong.
In Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar, Annie Mumolo and Kristen Wiig play the titular characters who are best friends who decide to vacation in Vista Del Mar on the Florida coastline.
Concrete Cowboy handles its emotions delicately, and Caleb McLaughlin confirms that he is a star in the making.
In Florian Zeller’s The Father, Anthony Hopkins plays an older man who can no longer care for himself, and isn’t aware of his declining mental capacity.
Boss Level, adding another ring to Joe Carnahan’s masculine-fueled directing hand, is a surprising, action-filled film that’s loads of fun.
The new documentary on HBO Max traces Tina’s story across five chapters.
Atmospherically a horror film, La Llorona impresses through its technical achievements by disarming viewers with incredible reveals.
In Shaka King’s Judas and the Black Messiah, oppressed voices try to bring safety and security to their communities.